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2021 55 1 1 2 -3 17:10

Fantasy News

  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Assigned to minors

    Barron was assigned to Laval of the AHL on Monday. Barron was among the final roster cuts ahead of the start of the regular season. He picked up one goal and one assist in five appearances with the Canadiens last year after he was acquired from Colorado.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Props up chances for roster spot

    Barron scored a goal and assisted on another in Saturday's 5-4 preseason overtime loss to Ottawa. The blueliner added three hits and two blocked shots while finishing plus-3 over 19:46 of ice time. Barron jumped into the play for his first goal of the preseason, giving Montreal a 4-2 lead midway through the third period before the Senators mounted a comeback. It was a good night for the young defenseman, who is battling for a job. "I liked his game, he defended well and he was involved on the attack," Montreal head coach Martin St. Louis told Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette. "It will give him confidence. He knows he finds himself in a battle for a position." The Canadiens have a couple of injuries on the blue line, which should clear the way for Barron to make the Opening Night roster. The Habs kick off the season Oct. 12 at home against the Maple Leafs.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Playing in preseason clash

    Barron (ankle) is set to suit up against New Jersey on Monday. Barron missed the final 12 games of the previous season due to his ankle problem but appears good to go for the new campaign. In limited action for the Habs and Avs last year, the 20-year-old blueliner notched one goal on 13 shots, one assist and five hits in seven combined contests. Heading into 2022-23, Barron should be in line for regular minutes.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Season over due to injury

    Barron won't require surgery on his injured ankle but will be sidelined for the remainder of the season, the team announced Tuesday. Barron played in five games for the Habs after coming over from Colorado at the trade deadline. In those limited appearances, the blueliner garnered one goal, one assist and 13 shots while averaging 19:01 of ice time. Looking ahead to next season, Barron should be in the mix for a spot on the Opening Night roster, though he could still see some time in the minors periodically.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Out Monday

    Barron (leg) is not available Monday against the Jets, John Lu of TSN.ca reports. Barron has now missed three straight games and it's unclear when the team expects him to return. He has two points in five games since joining Montreal.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Still on shelf

    Barron (leg) remains out of the lineup for Saturday's game versus the Maple Leafs, Jean-Francois Chaumont of Le Journal de Montreal reports. Barron will miss his second straight game with the injury. The 20-year-old defenseman doesn't yet have a timeline to return, though the return of Jeff Petry (lower body) and the addition of Jordan Harris could make playing time scarce for Barron even when he's healthy.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Won't make trip

    Barron (leg) won't travel with the team for its upcoming two-game road trip. With Barron on the shelf, look for Chris Wideman, William Lagesson or Kale Clague to draw into the lineup Thursday versus New Jersey. Barron will be reevaluated ahead of Monday's matchup with Winnipeg.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Mixed night in loss

    Barron scored his first NHL goal but later limped off the ice with a leg injury in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to Ottawa, Erik Leijon of the Montreal Gazette reports. Barron, who was recently acquired from Colorado in the Artturi Lehkonen trade, exhibited patience before finding the desired shooting lane to score Montreal's second goal. He later picked up the leg injury while attempting to break up the Senators' empty-net tally.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Collects first NHL point

    Barron had an assist, one shot on net and one blocked shot over 20:43 of ice time in Tuesday's 7-4 loss to the Panthers. Barron, recently acquired from Colorado in the Artturi Lehkonen trade, posted his first NHL point in his second game with the Canadiens. He was the secondary helper while Nick Suzuki did most of the work to set up a Joel Edmundson goal. He's skating on the second pair and should finish out the season in the NHL.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: On NHL roster

    Barron is up with the big club after being acquired by the Habs at the trade deadline, John Lu of TSN.ca reports. Barron made two appearances with the Avs this year in which he generated one hit, one block and a minus-1 rating while averaging 12:35 of ice time. The 2020 first-round pick should get some opportunities with the Habs in order to let team brass evaluate his game ahead of the 2022-23 season.
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  • Canadiens' Justin Barron: Flipped in trade

    Barron was traded to Montreal from Colorado on Monday, along with a 2024 second-round pick, in a swap for Artturi Lehkonen. Barron played in just two games for the Avs this year in which he recorded one hit and a minus-1 rating while averaging 12:35 of ice time. With the Habs, the 20-year-old Barron could be in the mix for a call-up in order to give his new club a closer look at his game. Even if the 2020 first-round pick doesn't see much action for Montreal this season, he should compete for a full-time NHL roster spot ahead of the 2022-23 campaign.
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  • Avalanche's Justin Barron: Returns to AHL affiliate

    Barron was reassigned to AHL Colorado on Friday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Barron made his NHL debut Tuesday and played in two games as a fill-in on a depleted Avalanche roster. The 20-year-old defenseman will likely spend most of the rest of the season in the minors.
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  • Avalanche's Justin Barron: Recalled from minors

    Per Peter Baugh of The Athletic, Barron was called up from AHL Colorado on Tuesday. Barron will likely make his NHL debut for the Avalanche against the Rangers. Due to injuries, the team is shorthanded on defense, and the 2020 first-round pick will be tasked with picking up the slack. In the minors, Barron has recorded nine points through 14 games this year.
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  • Avalanche's Justin Barron: Reassigned to AHL Colorado

    Barron was sent down to the minors Monday, Peter Baugh of The Athletic reports. Barron was a long shot to make the 23-man roster even with the injury to Devon Toews (undisclosed), so his demotion shouldn't come as a surprise. The 2020 first-round selection may be hard-pressed to get into an NHL game this year, instead spending the season developing with AHL Colorado.
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